Dylan Thomas and Tenby

May 15, 2017

The Plantagenet House Restaurant where we ate last night in Tenby by the sea dating back to the 12th century. Excellent seafood, this is where Bill & Rosalynn Carter dined when they were over here visiting the home and birth place of Dylan Thomas a few years ago. When we arrived in Laugharne to visit Thomas’ studio and home we found out it was the International Dylan Thomas day! Mark Montinaro was reciting Fern Hill and other Thomas works as we arrived. A picture of Thomas’ writing shed over looking the estuary of the river Taf. When we return in October, Mark has agreed to entertain us and we will also dine at the Plantagenet for a special meal at this medieval eatery.

 

 

 

 

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